Through this an arched way was dug, by which the Indians bore his bod to the grave.
Bodice, bod′is, n. a woman's outer garment covering the waist and bust: the close-fitting waist or body of a woman's gown.
Bodkin, bod′kin, n. a small dagger: a small instrument for pricking holes or for dressing the hair: a large blunt needle.
The muscles of her neck and the veins of her forehead stand out like cords, while perspiration streams from her bod.
She's a rare wench, and would sooner see a rebel hanged, than bod her nose at a basin of swig and roasted apples.
I answer that thou arte not bod herin to keape any such othe or promis.
My husband does bod get varra little upo th' hand-loom i' th' best o' times—5s.
They wor tellin' it at th' 'Red Cat' tother neet, bod I could hardly hear for th' gam at wor afoot.
Bod then one connot tell whether it wor dear or cheeop till they knaw what size th' pot wor—an' that I dunnot knaw.
I cried aloud to the unheeding stream of Piccadilly wayfarers; and echo answered, "Bod."